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Hi Guys,

 

Any help or advice would be much appreciated. I am an admin nightmare (typical salesman)

 

Brief history is that the property was let out over 2009/10 which they are chasing the below monies for.

 

I had tenants in at the time and have sent the tenancy agreements through..

 

What can I do?

 

I have approx £750 I could lay my hands on asap.. will they accept payment plan at this stage?

 

Further to your below email, without sight of the tenancy agreement you will remain liable for the Council Tax owing.

 

Can you also clarify the tenancy agreement for xxx "my tenant" the property details state xxxxxxxx "tenants old address" and not

xxxxx "the property let" unfortunately without the correct property address the tenancy agreement is not acceptable.

 

Currently there is £2,324.53 owing on the account which if payment is not received, Milton Keynes Council will commence either Committal Proceedings

or Bankruptcy proceedings to recover the debt owed.

Both these proceedings incur significant costs of which you will be liable for.

 

To avoid debt recovery proceedings please make a payment immediately.

 

I await your payment

 

Regards

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